Experts express hope for AIDS vaccine
Yahoo! NewsResearchers expressed hope on Thursday that new approaches to developing a vaccine against AIDS will eventually vanquish the killer virus and said the needed global network of trials was finally falling into place. Two dozen different vaccines are being tested in 27 trials involving human volunteers around the world, according to the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative. There are now so many different trials going on that the chances are good that scientists will find a vaccine that can actually work, said Dr. Barton Haynes, a vaccine researcher at Duke University in North Carolina.
—Posted: September 20, 2003
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